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you're watching the station that works for you. now, good morning, maryland. replacement refs just in time for the ravens game tonight. the nfl reaches an agreement with officials. what happened in waverly. what police are trying to figure out. two people including a child have been shot. a couple of families will return back to their condos to see if anything is left after a huge fire on 37th street. it is thursday morning, friday's almost here. thanks for joining us i'm megan pringle. >> and i'm charley crowson.
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we had a lot of crashes yesterday. >> yes, it's a very busy morning. we have a new accident on the jfx, i'll have all the details coming up in just a few. it is purple thursday so hopefully the rain will stop in time for the game. >> the good news is i don't think there will be any type of thunderstorm. this morning we are ediling with the rain and thunderstorms this morning. let's get the thunderstorms out of the way and we'll be all set for the game. we look at most powerful radar. most of the thunderstorms contained in cecil county. this is beginning to slide off toward the east. it's going to be headed into delaware. we can see elkton trying to get more moderate rain. they had heavy downpours moments ago. still dealing with lightning along perryville and slide further off toward the west, with delta and bel air, you have light rain across the air. all in all we will get a break and more showers possible even as we go through the rest of this morning. and we'll get more sun and
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clouds mixing in throughout the day. we'll see if we get as much sunshine as yesterday. and that helped boost the temperatures to 80 degrees. temperatures are mild, 67 degrees in arnold, 61 in bethesda and we will look at the hour by hour forecast and warm things up once again for today. we have that southerly flow going on this morning. 77 degrees by lunchtime. by this afternoon, that's the high temperature i'm going with 80 degrees. a sun cloud mix in the chance for some rain. let's get a check of the time saver traffic with lauren cook. good morning, you have lot offense accidents to talk about. >> the rain causing a terrible commute. we have some trouble on the jfx. we're dealing with a new accident on the northbound lane of northern parkway. there's another crash owner pulaski highway that you want to watch out for and for those of you using 95 in the white lake area, traffic is just starting to pick up. if you are traveling
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southbound, you're looking at a 15 minute ride from 695 to downtown baltimore. we'll check in and take a live look outside in parkville, the beltway, everything is moving along just fine at hartford road but the roads going to be brett and slick. be -- to be wet and slick. be careful. and getting down towards 95, that is a look at your abc2 time saver traffic. all new for you this morning, the nfl has reached a deal with refs to get them back on the field immediately. this is great news for ravens fans because the first assignment for the zebras, baltimore tonight as they host the cleveland browns. linda so is here with reaction, as what many are calling an early chris man fan. >> those replacement refs would have been on the field tonight had the nfl not reached this tentative agreement. you remember what happened monday night when things came to a boiling point.
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the replacement refs were under fire for that questionable call that gave the sea hawks the win over the green bay packers. it was after that missed call that the two sides got serious about negotiations. for weeks now, coaches, players and fans have been frustrated with the officiating by the replacement refs. it gives the real refs better pay, pension and benefit packages for football fans and for the ravens fans, it couldn't have come sooner. >> embarrassing to the nfl, just disgrace, makes the game cheap but happy to be back to normal. the new refs are going to make the head calls but they've been out of practice. >> the real refs will be back on the field at m and t bank when the ravens host the browns. they will be officiating all of sunday's game. an apology from a patriots fan that chose to poke fun at the passing of tory smith's
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brother. she goes by the name of quay tee brady 12. i i am so sorry for the pain it's caused, especially tory smith and his family. news time is 6:05 after a high speed chase that ended near north charles and greenway, police say they were pursuing the two teens in a stolen suv, they called maryland state police to help out. they caught up with the suspects as the car crashed into a speed limit sign in the middle of the roland park neighborhood. these are the stories that we hate to tell. a child shot and his mother, too. this happened in baltimore city and neighbors as well as police want to know how this could happen and why. sherrie johnson joins us now and hopefully they're getting closer to those answers. >> reporter: police are still investigating. officers are searching for a
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person of interest. this shooting happened around 9:30. a 4-year-old boy and his 33- year-old mother were shot during a domestic dispute. officers responded to the 900 block of gorsuch avenue in the waverly county. the 4-year-old was shot in the hip. the shooting happened inside the woman's home and neighbors say a swat team was called to the same home about two weeks ago for an incident. in the meantime there will be a community meeting tonight from 6:30 to 8:00 at johns hopkins at eastern at 1101 east 33rd 33rd street for the better waverly community it talk about crime and safety. we're told that city council member mary pat clark and delegates and police will attend the meeting. three families are looking for someplace else to live after a massive fire in ocean city. it broke out yesterday evening at the bradly on the bay condominiums. this is on 37th street and look the at this video. several fire companies
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responded from across the area. nobody was injured but crews are trying to determine what caused that fire. the o's are off today but tomorrow they open their final home series with the boston red sox, baltimore's magic number, you heard that right, magic number. this after the teamed up a can and a big one. the toronto blue jays last night, wednesday, 12-2o's win, all a result of the o o's bat exploding for a franchise tie, 7 home runs in one game. chris davis had two as did manny machato, and going deep, now, this home run, i don't know if we're going to hang on this for just a bit, but watch catches it with his cap. and that made espn's top plays last night. and jamie costello talking to r
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time is being passed down. >> i think we're getting a lot younger. >> all had their orioles gear on and they're excited. >> reporter: the bronze faces of our youth have become fresh again. >> i think the crowd is stoked. >> it's just fun to be here. >> they really believe. >> reporter: the crowd is young. it's excited. >> we have young people like myself and my friend nicole here, and then we have people that are my dad's age hanging out. >> even the old people are coming back around. >> a year ago these two were the only ones in their section, a picture proves it. >> we have a whole section full of families. the orioles learned a lesson, you have fans coming in with the 8-dollar promotion where you would have had empty seats,. >> the fans are coming out of the wood work. >> reporter: the program guy can feel it. >> oh, yeah, much younger kids. >> reporter: wake up, you don't
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want to miss this. >> the young kids ain't seen us win. >> reporter: two dogs, a beer and o's baseball. >> dog, the o's what do you think. >> i love it. >> that would be the awesome. the final series is going to be at home. that's going to be the final home series. there is promotions for fans. tomorrow is student night and fire works night. they're going to get a replica of the statute and sunday the final home game of the improbable 2012 season. it's the fan's choice bobblehead give away with the first fans getting the jj hardy bobblehead. >> we have friendly competition going on here at abc2. there's jamie costello and lauren cook, they are showing off their orioles pride in hopes that is all pick which one is a bigger fan.
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they're both fans but we want to know who is more creative, who came up with a better cheer. so you can vote. you can find the full videos for each of them. they're available at let us know who's cheer you like the best. it started out as a small recall and now growing. >> we're going to tell you about that recall on peanut butter. and when students speak out about school lunches, they're complaining about the card board pizza, this time a much different beet. what they're protesting in an unusual away. looks like winter is coming early, how do we know? a crab told us. temperatures are in the mid- to upper 60s this morning, but it's going to start to feel more like fall. i'll tell you when, coming up. lynette, the rain is making a hectic commute, traffic slowing down on 695 and we are dealing with accidents on 95
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and 83. i'm tracking that and we'll have your complete report coming up on good morning maryland. and new york city, beautiful sunrise not yet, but it is coming. let's head for a check of today's tech byte. in today's tech byte, a new look at which countries enjoy the greatest internet freedom. the u.s. coming in number two bind estonia. iran hassed most restrictions and censorship. cell phones are taking a bigger bite out of family budgets. spending on phone services jumped more than 4% last year even as people cut back on other spending. the average household spends more than $1200 a year on phone services. and help could be on the way for the iphone 5 users grumbling about the apple maps. they have the maps for apple devices behind the end of the year. justin timberlane is trying to bring my space back.
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his company has posted a video with the new my face. those are your tech tech bytes, i'm paula farris. anncr: their dishonest ads are everywhere.
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a west virginia casino spending a fortune... to stop question seven. they don't want competition. the washington post wrote the casino behind the ads is... "most concerned with its own bottom line."
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and the baltimore sun says it "doesn't have maryland... taxpayers' interests at heart." so when you see these ads remember... they're about what's good for west virginia's casino... not maryland. vote for maryland jobs and schools. vote for question seven. move over, because we have baltimore bill. we don't need you ground hog. the crab's self-proclaimed local weather expert is making some bold predictions. we may have an early winter. >> you say may have an early winter. >> because i like to get my weather from lynette, not a crustacean. >> but you agree with him. >> yes, i do because the models are leaning in that direction. >> you say that would be great. >> especially since last year.
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people got gypped. >> we just don't need the back to back snow storms of 20 inches. >> do not believe what you're hearing right now. we are an incredible new source. do not believe this. you had a coat on yesterday, a parka. >> i'm going o to take one team and my team is out there and some of -- i'm going to take one for the team and my team is out there and they want snow. stop giggling, let me show you what's going on right now. we have wet weather this morning. we have showers and storms pushing off into delaware. so we are starting to dry things out. if you are out and about early this morning, you did get on -- get in on wet weather and today is very similar to what we saw yesterday in terms of the rain and in terms of the temperatures. right now we're at 65 degrees
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in katesville. 65 ran65lanham, and 64 in bel air. you don't need the jacket. what you do need is the rain gear this morning. this is around 6:00 this evening. we're talking about maybe some showers on saturday. we're still waiting for the slow cold front, so still on friday, not making its way all the way through, finally gets through here as we go into saturday and looks like it clears things out so we will have a weak high pressure behind that. sat saturday is looking dry. it's going to be a nice fall day on tap for you. as you look at what's going on hour by hour, afternoon, temperature high going to be around 77 degrees as we go into your 12:00 p.m. 80 is a high temperature for today and your 7-day forecast, we can see what's going to be happening here, the o's playing on saturday and then on sunday
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the showers could work back into the picture drying out nicely as we head into next week. good morning lauren cook. >> the rain leading to a hectic commute. there's a crash in perryville along the southbound lanes of 95 and this area has been hit hard with heavy showers so be extra careful. be sure to slow down. we are dealing with two accidents on 83. there's a crash in parkton, around the northbound lanes in mount caramel road and northern parkway, if you are traveling on 695. here's a live look at the west side on liberty road. traffic picking up on the outer loop as you make the drive toward route 40. and here's what 695 looks like in overly at bel air road. traffic starting to congest on the outer loop. that will continue up to raven
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boulevard. that is a look at your abc2 time saver traffic. sunman incorporaterd now recalling their banana and raspberry raspberry peanut butter spread. customers can bring in the receipts and get a full refund: students at a high school fighting back against a new federal lunch guideline that is supported by first lady michelle obama. they say the program leaves them hungry and they are getting their message o out in a pretty unusual video. take a look. >> ♪ i need to get some food today, my friends are at the corner getting junk so they don't waste away ♪
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>> guidelines limit call release -- calories to fight obesity. 650 call release, and 700 call release for middle school students and high school students, 800 calories. and now, half of each plate must be filled with vegetables and fruit and plus milk or a fruit smoothie tray. >> too healthy almost. >> so the usda says that the new men use are working in some schools and that the rules they are long overdue. >> i do like that song. >> i do. i really do. >> lynette was singing it during the break, so we'll see if we can hype up the band one more time. is there anything a robot cannot do. and first class coach, no matter who you are, flying can
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sometimes be a headache, eventual on air force one, what kept the president from landing, back in a bit.
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excuse us, while we change into something more comfortable. cool. introducing, the square sunnyd bottle.
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we'll make the music up. you're supposed to hear music. they're busting the moves. they were the dancing robots at the 13th western china 3o
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i told you if you didn't clean the litter box once a day you'd be sorry. no bubbles, no bath, please don't turn on the water, i just wanted to take a nap. and what, i'm not on the counter. >> that's right. because he has a sinking feeling. >> oh, my goodness. so clever. >> please keep your comments coming and please e-mail yours to pex @ this is the most detailed view of our universe ever captured. the image was ten years in the making and nasa used photos from the hubble space telescope. the president experiences weather delays when traveling. air force one was approaching the runway at three doe ohio
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airport when the plane had to abort the landing due to the weather comp cautions. they were -- complications. the pilot pulled up and circled around to make a landing attempt. president obama was traveling to ohio for a campaign event in the battle ground state. as part of the occupy movement and it led to a lawsuit. >> university police say they were doing their jobs but students have a much different story. they've now greed on a settlement. >> stay with us, we'll show you. blanco
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you're watching the station that works for you. now, good morning, maryland. the english language, in the carroll county, one leader says today he's going to take the steps to protect it. if you've been looking into it, you know college is expensive and a lot of students have to take out loans. and more students than ever are getting loans. it is fall, right. this video kind of by passed summer and went into a winter wonder land. in the month of september, it is september. the 27th to be exact. i'm charley crowson. >> and i'm megan pringle and you've been deal being a lot of
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rain on the roads. >> we have accidents everywhere, 95, 83. i'll have more on the delays. >> i'm sorry. >> can you make it stop. >> it will stop; right. >> exactly, it has stopped so that's good news but now it's too late. people have spun out and out of control. dry weather, we're quite mild this morning. don't need the jacket. you need to keep the rain gear handy because there's a chance for showers in the forecast. you can see what i'm talking about this morning. most of the stuff now pushing off in delaware. we're not dealing with a whole lot. we have another line of light showers back in maryland. that's working its way toward the north and east. do what you have to do this morning, and go ahead and do it, take advantage of the dry time because we could see a little more change this the forecast as we go into the afternoon. the temperature this morning, 65 degrees, and we can see the dew points back into the 60s o so we were a little humid yesterday, feeli


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